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Community Mental Health Nurse, Occupational Therapist or Social Worker - Infant, Child and Adolescent Mental Health - Rural South Sector

Where you will be working: Rural South Sector team

The details: Permanent 80 hours per fortnight


We an exciting opportunity for an experienced mental health Nurse, Occupational Therapist or Social Worker who is innovative, passionate about mental health, enthusiastic, positive and self-driven to join the southern cluster ICAMH’s team.

About the service:

Our amazing team covers the rural south sector mental health and have bases in Te Awamutu Te Kuiti, Taumarunui and Tokoroa. As a service we strive to deliver better outcomes to tāngata whai ora and whānau in our region. Nga iwi Ngakaunui - people at the heart is demonstrated best in mental health and addictions, people really are at the heart of all that we do. We know how important strong relationships are; with people who access our services, with their whānau and with the communities we serve.

Responsibilities of the role:

The team works colaboratively with our NGO partners and closely with other community agencies and primary health providers . Therefore it is essential that you can demonstrate that you can establish and maintain relationships with other stakeholders.

Required skills & experience:

Ideally you will be an experienced mental health professional who is familiar with assessment (including risk), care coordination and the ability to provide therapeutic interventions with children and adolescents and their family/whanau, who experiences moderate to severe mental health difficulties.

You must have registration, or be eligible for registration, with the appropriate registration body and hold a current full clean drivers licence.

Why us:

We are a values based and inclusive organisation that is committed to deliver the best health outcomes for our total population. To do this we are working hard to develop a robust and capable workforce that reflects the population we serve. We strongly encourage applicants from all backgrounds with the necessary capability and who share our values to apply and would greatly value seeing more applicants from our Māori communities.

We offer:

- extensive internal training opportunities, to support skill development

- full orientation and buddy system to help you get to know our services

- access to clinical supervision.

Your application:

Please apply directly online, applications are not able to be accepted via email.

For any queries about the role please contact Godwin Andrew or Kath Blakey on 0800 154 973.

Application closing date: 23 June 2021

Values

Theme “People at Heart” – Te iwi Ngakaunui

• Give and earn respect - Whakamana

• Listen to me; talk to me – Whakarongo

• Fair play – Mauri Pai

• Growing the good – Whakapakari

• Stronger together – Kotahitanga

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